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Getting off “The Pill” (Part 3)

If this is what my natural period is like, I’m pissed off!

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Catch up on Part 1 (side-effects) and Part 2 (cravings).

I was on the birth control pill from the age of 10 until just before I turned 27 this past March. When I reached menarche at just nine years old, I experienced a host of debilitating…

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Casey Lawrence

Casey Lawrence

Casey Lawrence is a Canadian PhD student of English at Trinity College Dublin. She is the author of two LGBT YA novels, Out of Order and Order in the Court.

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